FIXTURES: March Town United’s Ridgeons First Division 2011/12 campaign

PUBLISHED: 16:20 18 July 2011

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MARCH Town United will kick-off the forthcoming Ridgeons First Division campaign against Suffolk Senior Cup holders Whitton United.

March Town United’s Ridgeons First Division Fixtures 2011/12

August

13 - Whitton United (H)

17 - Godmanchester Rovers (A)

27 - Ipswich Wanderers (A)

30 - Godmanchester Rovers (H)

September

3 - Thetford Town (H)

17 - Stowmarket Town (H)

24 - Brightlingsea Regent (A)

October

1 - Whitton United (A)

8 - Fakenham Town (H)

15 - Long Melford (A)

22 - Debenham LC (H)

29 - Team Bury (A)

November

12 - Cornard United (H)

19 - Thetford Town (A)

26 - Ipswich Wanderers (A)

December

3 - Swaffham Town (A)

10 - Saffron Walden Town (H)

26 - Downham Town (H)

January

2 - Fakenham Town (A)

7 - Halstead Town (H)

14 - Cornard United (A)

28 - Stowmarket Town (A)

February

11 - Team Bury (H)

18 - Cambridge University Press (A)

25 - Swaffham Town (H)

March

3 - Debenham LC (A)

17 - Long Melford (H)

24 - Saffron Walden Town (A)

April

7 - Cambridge University Press (H)

9 - Downham Town (A)

14 - Brightlingsea Regent (H)

21 - Halstead Town (A)

• ALL FIXTURES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Whitton will offer a stern test in Brett Whaley’s first competitive game in charge of the Hares at the GER on August 13. The Greens finished second in the league last season but withdrew their application to the Premier Division due to ground requirements not being met.

March host Downham Town in a Boxing Day derby before facing the Saints again on Easter Monday.

Whaley’s side end their campaign at Halstead Town on April 21.


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